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Can your mind be a closed system?

By B. Walker

 If we are correct in what we say; that we are supposed  to be an open conduit, and expand our systems as new data comes in how can we be a closed system? if we close our ears to any reasoning but our own, we have only half the data needed, our eyes are shut to other data in opposition to our ideas, or our thoughts to one side of an equation, it locks  out our ability to feel and this includes all our emotions; we are in fact a closed system. You see if you only draw upon the data you feel is correct and do not have all the facts you have shut down reason and become self absorbed and a one sided system of thought therefore you have become a closed system.

If the mind is like a computer and it is, it is only capable of giving input of what it has received i.e. garbage in garbage out it only is able to reason with the data it has received from its programmers and this may only be half of the equation. We have sensors that are to give us input to feed our minds but even this can be deranged and if the input is negative enough we shut down those senses to further input. I love this quote whatever a man thinks so he is… And from the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. Let’s explore some of the laws of Thermodynamics in detail I won’t debate further but just say ask the questions and compare what you see.

First law of thermodynamics
Energy can neither be created nor destroyed. It can only change forms.((((((((((((The body is full of energy and electrical pulses as is the soul what happens to this energy? If you are Christian you know!))))))))))))).
In any process in an isolated system, the total energy remains the same. For a thermodynamic cycle the net heat supplied to the system equals the net work done by the system.
The First Law states that energy cannot be created or destroyed; rather, the amount of energy lost in a steady state process cannot be greater than the amount of energy gained. This is the statement of conservation of energy for a thermodynamic system. It refers to the two ways that a closed system transfers energy to and from its surroundings – by the process of heating (or cooling) (((((((((((((much like calm to chaos or calm to anger as one starts to rage)))))))))))))) and the process of mechanical work ((((((((((((((or accelerated brain function or action)))))))))))))))))))))). The rate of gain or loss in the stored energy of a system is determined by the rates of these two processes. In open systems, the flow of matter is another energy transfer mechanism, and extra terms must be included in the expression of the first law.

The First Law clarifies the nature of energy (or thought). It is a stored quantity which is independent of any particular process path, i.e., it is independent of the system history. If a system undergoes a thermodynamic cycle, whether it becomes warmer, cooler, larger, or smaller((((((((((((((((((((((angry or calm, open to ideas or contracting because its shut off)))))))))))))))))))), then it will have the same amount of energy each time it returns to a particular state. Mathematically speaking, energy is a state function and infinitesimal changes in the energy are exact differentials.

All laws of thermodynamics but the First are statistical and simply describe the tendencies of macroscopic systems. For microscopic systems with few particles, the variations in the parameters become larger than the parameters themselves, and the assumptions of thermodynamics become meaningless.

Fundamental Thermodynamic Relation

The first law can be expressed as the Fundamental Thermodynamic Relation:
Heat supplied = internal energy + work done
((((((((((((((((Anger Supplied = internal chaos+ actions done)))))))))))))

Internal energy = Heat supplied - work done
(((((((((((((((Internal Chaos=Anger supplied-Actions done)))))))))))))))

Here, E is internal energy, T is temperature, S is entropy, p is pressure, and V is volume. This is a statement of conservation of energy: The net change in internal energy (dE) equals the heat energy that flows in (TdS), minus the energy that flows out via the system performing work (pdV).
Here, E is Thought energy, T is temperment temperture, S is entropy, p is pressure, and V is volume. This is a statement of conservation of energy: The net change in internal energy (dE) equals the heat energy that flows in (TdS), minus the energy that flows out via the system performing work (pdV

Second law

: Second law of thermodynamics
The entropy of an isolated system consisting of two regions of space, isolated from one another, each in thermodynamic equilibrium in itself, but not in equilibrium with each other, will, when the isolation that separates the two regions is broken, so that the two regions become able to exchange matter or energy, tend to increase over time, approaching a maximum value when the jointly communicating system reaches thermodynamic equilibrium.

In a simple manner, the second law states "energy systems have a tendency to increase their entropy rather than decrease it." This can also be stated as "heat can spontaneously flow from a higher-temperature region to a lower-temperature region, but not the other way around." Heat can appear to flow from cold to hot, for example, when a warm object is cooled in a refrigerator, but the transfer of energy is still from hot to cold. The heat from the object warms the surrounding air, which in turn heats and expands the refrigerant. The refrigerant is then compressed, expending electrical energy.

A way of thinking about the second law for non-scientists is to consider entropy as a measure of (((((ignorance of the microscopic details of the system)))). So, for example, one has less knowledge about the separate fragments of a broken cup than about an intact one, because when the fragments are separated, one does not know exactly whether they will fit together again, or whether perhaps there is a missing shard.((((((Or assume you have come to the conclusion of a matter and have not all the data to have a proper take of the subject you don’t know if all the pieces will fit together if you never had the chance to see the thing as a whole! Our minds can work much the same way as this))))))))) Solid crystals, the most regularly structured form of matter, have very low entropy values; and gases, which are very disorganized, have high entropy values. This is because the positions of the crystal atoms are more predictable than are those of the gas atoms.

The entropy of an isolated macroscopic system never decreases. However, a microscopic system may exhibit fluctuations of entropy opposite to that stated by the Second Law (see Maxwell's demon and Fluctuation Theorem).